Nick Schager Reviews Thin Ice

The icy fatalism of film noir is turned to slush by Thin Ice, a crime saga that reduces its chosen genre to a series of atonal, old-hat clichés. Following the route charted by Sam Raimi’s far superior A Simple Plan and the work of the Coen brothers, director Jill Sprecher sets her tale in the snowy locale of Kenosha, Wisconsin, where insurance salesman Mickey (Greg Kinnear) toils away trying to make ends meet by hook or by crook, all while also endeavoring to win back the affections of his estranged spouse (Lea Thompson).

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